Features winning numbers for all games, and information on how to play. [Description from dmoz]
For some Virginians, taking a chance at the corner store involves more than choosing the least overcooked hot dog. The Virginia State Lottery operates several instant-win scratch-off games, as well as popular number games (Pick 3, Pick 4, and Mega Millions). More than half of the money raised from ticket sales is paid out in prizes; more than 30% goes to the state's general fund earmarked for public education. Unclaimed prize money, which has totaled more than $9 million a year, is used to build or renovate schools and help fund teacher retirement. Virginia also participates in the seven-state Big Game lottery. Created in 1987, the Virginia State Lottery has collected almost $6 billion for the state. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 535K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor reads the Virginian Pilot and uses Century21.
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